Toronto police won’t enforce some on-street parking bylaws over Easter weekend

Cars parked on Albany Avenue in Toronto's Annex neighbourhood are photographed on March 15, 2021. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail via CP

Toronto police say officers will not enforce on-street parking bylaws over the holiday weekend.

In a press release Wednesday, the force said its parking enforcement unit will not be following on-street parking bylaws on April 15, April 17 and April 18.

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The force said it will not be enforcing pay-and-display or metered areas, rush hour routes, or posted signs indicating Monday to Friday regulations.

Police said all other areas and parking offences “will continue to be enforced.”

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